In this election with so many undecided voters, facts are tremendously important. Let’s do whatever we can to circulate factual information. Those facts just may shine through the smokescreen spread by the national bully and his employees.
Our Fact Checks of the First Debate
By The New York Times, September 26, 2016
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump kept fact-checkers busy throughout their first debate on Monday night as they sparred over their policies and records on the economy, national security, the environment and their personal pasts. In keeping with how he has run his campaign, Mr. Trump stretched the facts more often than Mrs. Clinton did; a couple of times, Mrs. Clinton literally called out for fact-checkers from the stage.
(Here’s how we analyzed it live, and the highlights.)